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  • Black Dog Tags

    Black Dog Tags

    A dog tag is the informal name for the identification tags worn by military personnel, named such as it bears resemblance to actual dog tags. Traditionally, dog tags were used to identify thedead or wounded. Nowadays, they are worn as fashion jewelry done in all different colours and styles. 

    $8.65
  • Shoulder Boards

    Shoulder Boards

    With a standard MoD construction design, these shoulder boards are made from intertwined gold or silver bullion braid or cord or other colours with different colour wool backing. They are sew-in style and have a leather fixing strap at the rear of the board which makes easier to manage.  Our gold shoulder boards come in either bullion or mylar knots. Shoulder board are usually about 140mm and width of 35mm.

    $39.99

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    Twisted Lanyard

    Some lanyards down through history were quite plain and simple such as a single strand of rope or perhaps a double braided cord worn around the shoulder and under the epaulette and of a single color. Many units were authorized the wear of a lanyard for various reasons and most often at their own expense. 

    $4.75

    Out of stock

  • Armlet or Brassard

    Armlet or Brassard

    Armlet or Brassard
    $3.33
  • Stainless Steel Dog Tags

    Stainless Steel Dog Tags

    A dog tag is the informal name for the identification tags worn by military personnel, named such as it bears resemblance to actual dog tags. Traditionally, dog tags were used to identify thedead or wounded. Nowadays, they are worn as fashion jewelry done in all different colours and styles. 

    $8.65
  • Leather Sam Browne Sword Frog

    Leather Sam Browne Sword Frog

    The primary purpose for the Sword Frog is to hold the sword in place while on parade & secure the blade while not at the carry. 

    $39.99
  •  Plain Lanyard

    Plain Lanyard

    Some lanyards down through history were quite plain and simple such as a single strand of rope or perhaps a double braided cord worn around the shoulder and under the epaulette and of a single color. Many units were authorized the wear of a lanyard for various reasons and most often at their own expense. 

    $4.75
  • Ceremonial Sword Knot

    Ceremonial Sword Knot

    Centuries ago the sword knot was used to wrap a swordsman wrist and securing his grip to the hilt to prevent his loss of his blade in battle. Presently, the sword knot is now mandatory, but ornamental and decorative accessory to service personnel. 

  • Armbands

    Armbands

    Armbands
    $4.17

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